The unique and stylish La Molina, the oldest ski resort in Spain, installed its first commercial ski lift in 1943. Throughout its history, it has offered sport and leisure for all ages. Most of its area is located in the Cerdanya region, has 71 skiable kilometres distributed over 68 slopes for all levels, a large snowpark and the biggest superpipe in the Pyrenees. Also, among the leisure offers for non-skiers, it proposes a wide range of activities snowshoeing or segway on snow. As a matter of fact, it also has a very long experience in hosting international events such as the Alpine Skiing World Cup (2008), the Snowboard World Championship (2011) or the Disabled Alpine Skiing World Championships (2013). Therefore, this amazing place has a long history and a bright future ahead.